A root canal, also known as endodontic therapy, is used in to treat infected pulp. Pulp is a soft tissue residing inside teeth and is composed of nerves, blood vessels, and joining tissues.
Many individuals are often afraid of receiving root canal treatment. Although the process is longer and more invasive than a check-up, it is far better than suffering the pain and discomfort of a diseased pulp. A root canal involves removing the infected parts of the tooth and protecting it from future contaminations. Continue reading to understand more about root canals and the conditions when it is required.
Dr. Travis A. Roberts, DDS January 22nd, 2019
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